As we all enter a new dimensional dialogue with self and soul we find our awareness seeking new avenues of consideration that seem to ignite a long lulled passion. Our time on earth is truly our divine inheritance and treasure to be spent in the most honorable of ways; Worth its weight in all the possessions of earth. Time after time has issued decrees of what is to be experienced and expected. We now release the exterior parameters of our round pen and learn the tricks of this place and time, how to maneuver the every changing streets of life.
As the vibration of the heart comes around the snow-white peaks we are asked once again to look at our heart, our humanness and to see its true value and necessity for being. Why do we as humans need love and to love? Why do we spend our whole lives looking for our other half so to speak? Do all species in the universe need to love, need to have a heart, or is it just Earth (an anagram for Heart). There are so many flavors of love that still yearn to be tasted. This February shows us the Cosmic heart beating in all of its glory. The heart that exceeds our humanness and escorts us home into the One Heart of the Cosmos. In the last few years we have entered places of the heart we never thought we would experience. Every layer of us has felt raw and exposed to the elements of emotion, shift and change.
We as a species feel as if a ‘blank spot’ exists in our field of biology and field of awareness, Like somehow something got erased. Dimensionally we have changed forever and are escorted into places of our self we did not know existed. Like a newly born babe we have been ‘recreated by circumstances’.
It is obvious that most of us do not fully love the self we were given on this journey of spirit and flesh. Like a new version of our old self we walk forward in the new hologram without readable instructions relying only on instinct. This special divinely decreed valentine’s day we are asked to fall in love with who we are this minute of time. Not the old self or the new self, just the self of this minute this day, this energy. Once the self finally feels loved it will be more agreeable and cooperate with body, mind and spirit.
Once real love has touched you, you are changed forever, for you have tasted the nectar of the soul. Love is living grace and seeks to fly on the winds of change touching us like a sweet spring breeze. Love is constantly evolving, shifting changing, constantly seeking to become more, never staying the same for more than a fortnight. The heart is the earth symbol for the vibration of love. In religious texts the heart has historically had mystical significance, as a metaphor and as an organ. The heart is genuinely believed to have spiritual and divine attributes. Many philosophers and scientists, including Aristotle considered the heart the seat of thought, reason and emotion more often than not, rejecting the instructs of the brain.
Valentine’s Day stems from the Roman festival “Lupercalia” which was a very opulent affair. Young women would place their names in a box and young men would draw the name out. The man did not ask for a date, just drew a name, and off to pleasure-ville. In ancient Egypt a soul could enter the afterlife with the protection of the Heart Scarab; the soul would be declared True of Voice and permitted to join its ancestors in the Land of Reeds. The verdict was duly recorded by Thoth scribe of the underworld.
This Valentine’s day make sure you ‘have a heart and give a heart’ with every breath you take. Your HEART and the healing of Earth are one in the same, opposite ends of the same rainbow.
**By Gillian MacBeth-Louthan